Edward is an analyst at Hattery, focusing on economics, technology, and startups. Ed is fascinated by connection, interaction, and exchange.
He has worked on issues including peer production, intellectual property reform, wireless communication, payments systems, and data-driven innovation at organizations including Bloomberg LP, One Laptop Per Child, the German Marshall Fund of the United States, and the EU Parliament Working Group on Copyright.
Born and raised in Iowa, he graduated from Loyola University Chicago before earning a master’s degree in International Political Economy at the Brussels School of International Studies. He is committed to expanding the use of technology to make the world a better place.
In his spare time, you’ll find Ed reliving the joy of old video games and feeding a debilitating addiction to podcasts.